APPLE Inc (AAPL) Support and Resistance (d-w-m)

  Updated  2/25/16.  Below you will find the APPLE Inc. (AAPL) Support and Resistance for Monday, 2/22/2016 as calculated from the changes in Index points through Friday, 2/19/2016’s close.   In section III.  you will find daily Pivot points, Support points, Resistance points, and more.APPLE Inc. (AAPL) for the rest of February along with daily-weekly-monthly charts of interest will be added below.  Third Friday of the month Triple Witching is behind us.   At approximately 1:45 AM ET, the Index E-mini futures point to a green, positive USA markets open.  A new S&P 500  resistance  level is obsessing traders: 1,950.   We could see a test of that 1950 level by Wednesday.

I.  APPLE Inc. (AAPL)

  • Primary Exchange  NASDAQ-NMS
  • Index   DJIA®  NASDAQ 100®  S&P 500®
  • 52-Week High 04/28/2015 134.54
  • 52-Week Low 08/24/2015 92.00
  • Price Performance (Last 52 Weeks) 01/29/2016  -27.79%

 

 II.  For both Bulls and Bears:   Related blogs, et cetera:

 

III.  Apple Inc. (AAPL)  Support and Resistance for Monday, 2/1/2016 thru 2/29/2016
   Below you will find the 52 week performance, and the Year-to-Date (YTD) performance of Apple Inc. (AAPL).    For tracking Apple Inc.’s daily action, here are the Pivot Points, Support points, Resistance points,  and the 50 day simple moving averages (sma), and more.
  •    If Apple Inc. (AAPL) is above the pivot point, the pivot point is both support, and an indication that Mr. & Ms. Fickle Markets are Bullish.
  •    If Apple Inc. (AAPL) is below the pivot point, then the pivot point represents resistance, as well as an indication that Mr. & Ms. Fickle Markets are Bearish.
  •    Please Note: ALL projections are for reference only as they can be easily exceeded, up or down, by Mr. & Ms. Fickle Markets.
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(41) APPLE Inc. (AAPL) for Monday, 2/22/2016
Closed 2/19 down @ 96.04  -0.22  (-0.23%)

  •   :: Pivot point   96.20
  •   Support (s1)  95.64       Support (s2)  95.24
  •   Resistance (r1)  96.60   Resistance (r2)   97.16
  •   Simple Moving Average (Close 50):   101.58
  •   52 week High   134.54     52 week Low   92.00
  •   52 week performance -27.79%  YTD performance  -8.76%

 

 (41.a) APPLE Inc. (AAPL) for Tuesday, 2/23/2016
Closed 2/22 up  @ 96.87  +0.83  (+0.87%)

  •   :: Pivot point   96.57
  •   Support (s1)  96.23       Support (s2)  95.59
  •   Resistance (r1)  97.21   Resistance (r2)   97.55
  •   Simple Moving Average (Close 50):   101.15
  •   52 week High   134.54     52 week Low   92.00
  •   52 week performance -26.70%  YTD performance  -7.96%

 

(41.b) APPLE Inc. (AAPL) for Wednesday, 2/24/2016
Closed 2/23 down  @ 94.69  -2.19 (-2.26%) 
After Hours: down  @  94.30  -0.39 (-0.41%)
  •   :: Pivot point   95.25
  •   Support (s1)  93.99       Support (s2)  93.30
  •   Resistance (r1)  95.94   Resistance (r2)   97.20
  •   Simple Moving Average (Close 50):   100.73
  •   52 week High   134.54     52 week Low   92.00
  •   52 week performance -26.48%  YTD performance  -10.04%
(41.c) APPLE Inc. (AAPL) for Thursday, 2/25/2016
Closed 2/24  @ 96.10  Up  +1.41  (+1.49%) 
After Hours: 96.28 Up +0.18 (+0.19%)
  •   :: Pivot point   95.27
  •   Support (s1)  94.15       Support (s2)  92.21
  •   Resistance (r1)  97.21   Resistance (r2)   98.33
  •   Simple Moving Average (Close 50):   101.15
  •   52 week High   134.54     52 week Low   92.00
  •   52 week performance  -26.31%  YTD performance  -8.70%
——  Monday, 2/1/2016 thru Monday, 2/29/2016  ——-

 

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   Hope the above APPLE Inc. (AAPL)  Support and Resistance calculations for Monday, 2/22/2016  help your investing and trading today …

 

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